Best Places to Stay: Barcelona for Young Adults

Travel Tips by: Lifestyle Traveler

Digital nomads are flocking to the Barcelona due to its many cafes to work from, relaxed and flexible lifestyle, and large expat community.

Poble Nou

What was once a mostly deserted area of the city has turned into one of the best neighborhoods to live in Barcelona.

Palo Alto Market – a hipster market that takes place on the first weekend of every month.

Where To Hangout:

Cafes To Work From:

Espai Joliu – a plant-store and cozy coffee shop in one. Valkiria – spacious events and coffee spot with lots of sitting and reliable wifi. Skye Coffee Co – A quirky camper van turned coffee shop.


This is probably the most centric neighborhood in Barcelona and very popular with young professionals.

Where To Hangout:

Passeig De Gracia – the best shopping in the city and some of Gaudi’s famous buildings. El Nacional – a nice spot to grab a drink, bring your friends, and have a classy good time over tapas.

Cafes to Work From:

Super Coffee & Food – a cool cafe to work from on near Plaça Catalunya. Green & Berry – A nice cafe near diagonal, this is a perfect spot to work from if you live in the Esquerra de l’Eixample.

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